power broker 2017

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We are pleased to announce that Risk & Insurance has honored two Spring Partners in their Power Broker award series for 2017.

Spring Managing Partner Karin Landry has been named a 2017 Power Broker and Spring Partner and Spring Partner Teri Weber, has been named a 2017 Finalist by the magazine. Landry’s award is in the Employee Benefit category and Weber was named in the Workers’ Compensation category.

The Power Broker designation recognizes individuals that display “devoted customer service, dedication to learning as much as you can about the industry you serve and driven creativity in finding solutions.” A description that fits both Landry and Weber very well.

Karin Landry, Spring Consulting Group Power BrokerKarin Landry has over 25 years of experience in the insurance, health care, risk financing, retirement and benefits industries. She is an internationally recognized leader in captive insurance strategy, benefits and financing. She is Past-Chairman of the Board of The Captive Insurance Company Association and a member of the ERISA Industry Committee and was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for Fallon Community Health Plan. She is also a Professor of Employee Benefits and member of the finance committee for the International Center of Captive Insurance Education part of the University of Vermont. Karin’s expertise around benefits allowed her to co-author a white paper for Business Insurance Magazine titled “Captives for Benefits: How to Use a Captive to Save Money and Enhance Benefits Coverage”, which is currently a top seller.

Teri Weber Spring Consulting Group Power Broker 2017Teri Weber has over 10 years of experience in health and welfare plan strategy, design, pricing and implementation. She also works with absence management programs, including disability, family medical leave and leave of absence tracking. Her areas of expertise have allowed her to work with diverse employers and vendors to streamline processes and programs to meet the needs of insurers, administrators, employers and employees. Teri is on the Board for the New England Employee Benefits Council (NEEBC) and recently served as lead editor for the Disability Management Employer Coalition’s (DMEC) Return to Work Program Manual.

Congratulations Karin and Teri for these well-deserved accolades!

More information about some of the services Karin and Teri provide to our clients can be found here.